Good  morning!

The video on how to make the Dracula Candy Bar Holder is ready & posted on my Chic n Scratch Live! website.  Click here to go there now. Here's the photo as a reminder…..Halloween Kit Kat Holders

After making the Kit Kat/Candy bar holders I couldn't resist making them into a box (you'll see it on the Dracula video).   It's a box that I created myself and I'll post the video for you on Monday, it's already filmed I just need to edit and load it on You Tube. 

The picture I'm sharing today is coming from left field but it's something I've wanted for a long time and decided to share it with you.  My stamps are finally organized…perfectly :)  It's taken me forever and I cant' take credit for it (I had a few helpers along the way).   I'll share the photo and then explain.

Stamp Shelves  

The first thing I like to do when I get a new stamp set is label it with my PTouch.  (A PTouch is the most awesome labeling machine in the whole world, I bought my first one in 1992….are you wondering how I know what year?  That's the year Chase was born….back when I used to be very organized.)

Next I l add a small dot that reflects what category it goes in.  I follow the same categories that's in the Stampin' Up! catalog….makes perfect sense to me :) The pumpkin dots are Greetings, Red are Holidays, Black are Elements, Chocolate are All Natural, Old Olive are Occasions, Bashful Blue are Growing Up, Lavendar Lace are Hostess, YoYo Yellow are Mini Catalogs.   What I did was run my cardstock through a Xyron and then punched the circles with my 1/2 circle punch.

Have a great day!!

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